We’re made to interact with each other.

Not perform in front of each other.

OPEN connects people in one-on-one conversations, based on their mood and only by voice.

 

Mindfulness through social interaction

Rather than respect and empathy, followers and likes are the new social currency.

Especially younger age groups are pulled in the midst of a social competition that nobody wants to compete in.

Isn’t it ironic, that social media, the very tool whose aim it was to bring us closer together, actually makes us all feel increasingly lonely?

How are you feeling today?

New research shows that people feel more positively when they have conversations with strangers that are deeper than small talk.

In order to begin a conversation with someone, you first choose from a variety of moods – one that reflects how you are currently feeling.

Then you will be connected with someone who is feeling the same way.

Safe escape in the midst of failing social media

A pleasant and rich conversation with a stranger is an incredibly satisfying experience. In order to stay connected after the conversation both sides must actively add themselves to their Voice Book.

It is crucial to provide especially our female users with a safe environment. A sophisticated reporting system also helps to ensure a secure and relaxed user experience for those who want to fully engage with the OPEN experience.

Keep in touch

The Voice Book is your place to keep in touch with your deepest connections.

If you want to re-connect or stay in touch simply send a voice message to one of your connections or share a short story with all your contacts.

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